MaryAnne Muglia-Smith (she/her) is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, composer, educator, and arranger from Tempe, Arizona. She earned her Bachelor's Degree in Choral Music Education from Northern Arizona University, where she was a member of the top vocal jazz and choral ensembles.
MaryAnne's vocal abilities have led her to sing in choirs alongside esteemed artists such as Josh Groban, Sarah Brightman, The Real Group, and Pentatonix. Following her graduation, she produced and recorded an EP and three full-length albums for various projects she's been actively involved in.
Notably, MaryAnne serves as an arranger and group director for A Cappella Academy, an intensive a cappella camp co-founded by Ben Bram, Rob Dietz, and Avi Kaplan. Her arrangements are in high demand, catering to a wide spectrum of high school ensembles, collegiate ensembles, and professional ensembles all over the world.
She is currently the director of the Vocal Jazz ensemble and “Vocal Remedy”, the premiere A Cappella ensemble at Chandler Gilbert Community College.
Furthermore, MaryAnne is an enthusiastic member of the TikTok group @rldazemusic, a treble group in which she frequently participates in performances and recording sessions.